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Draft Forsyth Park Master Plan Available for Feedback Starting Sept. 14

By Savannah Tribune | September 08, 2021

Friends of Forsyth, in partnership with the City of Savannah, will introduce the draft Forsyth Park Master Plan on Sept. 14. The draft is rooted in 11 months of community engagement, more than 4,500 completed surveys and hundreds of written comments from our community. Residents can view the draft plan and share their feedback from Sept. 14 through Sept. 30 … Continue reading “Draft Forsyth Park Master Plan Available for Feedback Starting Sept. 14”

2nd Annual Pote Day Celebration Announced

By Savannah Tribune | September 08, 2021

This year we at Club Hous are hosting the 2nd Annual Pote Day. Pote Day is a celebration of the rich history and culture of Savannah, Ga hosted by Savannah born artist Pote Baby – his name is a geechee spelling of Savannah’s nickname “The C Port” converted to “C Pote”. This event was created to catalyze a sense of … Continue reading “2nd Annual Pote Day Celebration Announced”

SSU Campus Activities Board Plans Exciting Year With COVID In Mind

By Savannah Tribune | September 08, 2021

Savannah State University’s Campus Activities Board (CAB) is preparing and planning for an exciting year back on campus. Last year, many of the school’s events were held virtually due to the covid-19 pandemic, this notably decreased student participation and morale. Now that the university is back to operating in-person, CAB is ready to get students involved again. The Campus Activities … Continue reading “SSU Campus Activities Board Plans Exciting Year With COVID In Mind”

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

By Savannah Tribune | September 08, 2021

Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men and will strike approximately 248,000 men this year and kill more than 34,000, making it second only to lung cancer as the deadliest cancer in men. African-American men are at especially high risk. In fact, among African American males, prostate cancer accounts for a third of new cancer cases, … Continue reading “September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month”

Chatham County To Host Community Conversations

By Savannah Tribune | September 08, 2021

The Chatham County Board of Commissioners and Coastal Georgia Indicators Coalition are co-hosting community engagement opportunities to learn more about what’s important to people living in our community. The information will assist County leaders in prioritization of projects and allocation of resources. Coastal Georgia Indicators Coalition (CGIC) was awarded a contract with Chatham County Board of Commissioners in 2014 to … Continue reading “Chatham County To Host Community Conversations”

Hire Dynamics Kicks Off Two-Day “Hire- Palooza” to Fill 150+ Jobs in Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | September 08, 2021

Hire Dynamics locaed at 135 Canal Street, Suite 100 in Pooler, Ga will host a hiring event, Hire- Palooza, on September 14 and 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. as the busy holiday season approaches and companies are working to manage a tight labor market. In Savannah, the staffing company puts over 625 people to work a day, and … Continue reading “Hire Dynamics Kicks Off Two-Day “Hire- Palooza” to Fill 150+ Jobs in Savannah”

Fort Stewart, Hunter Army Airfield Increase Health Protection Measures

By Savannah Tribune | September 08, 2021

Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield are increasing health protection measures as the surrounding area has experienced substantial increase in cases recently. COVID-19 case rates double previous highs set in January 2021 for the tri-county area. Effective Sept. 1, 2021, all service members assigned to Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield, regardless of vaccination status, are prohibited from visiting bars, … Continue reading “Fort Stewart, Hunter Army Airfield Increase Health Protection Measures”